LaRC. Louisiana Research Collection
Found in 2078 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Arthur Brooks, Rectory of the Incarnation at 209 Madison Avenue in New York to Reverand William C. Winslow concerning subscription to the Palestine Exploration Fund made by Reverand Brooks.
Collection contains a copy of the original account of the experiences at the Delgato Museum entitled "Confessions of a Frustrated Museum Enthusiast" by Arthur Feital. The account covers the period of 1924-1966 and is signed by the author.
Collection consisting of 7 bound volumes of Engineering Reports for the Experimental Engineering Laboratory Courses at Tulane University prepared by Arthur J. Naquin from Sept. 1921 to June 1924.
This collection consists of photographs, sketches, designs, plans, correspondence, and other papers of New Orleans sculptor, Dr. Arthur "Art" Silverman. The binders have been assembled by Silverman and his staff to document the creation, installation, and display of his sculptures, jewelry, and other works.
Letter from Arthur Symons, Effingham House, Arundel Street, London, to a friend or colleague named Smithers stating that he is sending the revised proof and commenting on several manuscripts and the publishing house.
This collection contains lists of members of various companies of the Artillerie d'Orleans (Orleans Batallion of Artillery), giving name, age, address, birthplace, and occupation.
This collection contains papers including financial statements of the Audubon Park Association for 1906 and 1914, a report of the secretary for 1913 and 1915, and two interest statements for 1915 and one of 1916. It also contains various deposit slips for 1915 and 1916, as well as a few letters dealing with the business of the Association.
A collection of sheet music belonging to August Davis and covering the period from 1851-1876 There are approximately 42 items bound in one volume. Many of the pieces were published in New Orleans and were composed by August Davis.
This collection contains original manuscript sheet music titled "Fantasie on the Beautiful Courtableau." Written in pencil. Four instrument lines, including one C clef, with "Trio" on second page.
The collection contains a document issued by the Louisiana Board of Health that certifies that Doctor Augustus Charles Fowler is licensed to practice medicine in Louisiana. There is also an undated printed advertisement for "Platt's Chlorides" with signatures of the phycisians who endorse the disinfectant.
This collection contains primarily presidential autographs. Included are: Grover Cleveland, September 24 1890; Woodrow Wilson, February 3 1911; Manuel Quezon, December 20 1913; Theodore Roosevelt, June 16 1915; Herbert Hoover, June 30 1917; Franklin Roosevelt, October 15 1928; Herbert Hoover, June 30 1941 (and a copy of a letter from Donald Renshaw to Hoover, for which Hoover's letter was a response); and Charles G. Dawes, September 5 1947 and September 7 1950.
This advertisement is a brochure for the "Columbia Mark XLVI," an automobile manufactured by the Electric Vehicle Company of Hartford, Conneticut. The brochure has a photograph of the car and a detailed list of specifications. Also included is a business card.
This collection contains quotation lists and report on the tendencies of the market from Avegno, Binder, and Co. Avegno, Binder, and Co. were Stock, Notes, Exchange, and Real Estate Brokers in New Orleans.
This is a collection of letters from Adolphe Avenel, New Orleans, primarily from members of his family in France. Most are of personal nature. Of special interest is one letter from his mother describing recent events in the Revolution in France (June 30, 1848). Among other correspondents are: Victor Martin, France; A. Lecomte, Mandeville; and Jules Grégoire, San Francisco. There are also a few letters to his daughter, Marie Avenel, from relatives in France.
This collection contains a volume composed and written by Madame la Duchesse de Ligneville, mistress of Emperor Francis (husband of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria). The Duchesse gave the manuscript to the Emperor, who had it bound and presented to their illegitimate son, the Duke de Ligneville. The imperial crown, mounted on the double cross of the Holy Roman Empire, appears in gold tooling on the four corners of each cover. In French.
The Bark May Flower ship manifest records contains a freight book, delivery notes, and regulations for the Bark May Flower. The freight book and delivery notes are primarily for cotton, but also for other goods such as leather, tobacco, and sugar. The Bark May Flower was based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The sailing ship's name was sometimes written Mayflower.
A document dated 1793 July 9, New Orleans, signed by the Baron de Carondelet, Governor of Louisiana, in which he appointed Antonio Gautier "Teniente" of the Post of San Carlos de Misuri. The commission was countersigned by Andrés López Armesto. In Spanish. With a transcription/translation.
This collection contains a petition for a declaratory judgment that construction of an elevated expressway through the Vieux Carre Section of the City of New Orleans is unconstitutional and, alternatively, the the Vieux Carre legislation is unconstitutional. James J. Morrison, attorney for plaintifs. In Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans.